Brian Lauritzen

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Host and producer of classical KUSC's concert broadcasts of the Los Angeles Philharmonic

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Gustavo Dudamel conducted Mahler's 9th Symphony during the  Los Angeles Philharmonic 's trip to Venezuela, Dudamel's native country.

Dudamel Brings the Phil to His Home Turf

Gustavo Dudamel conducted Mahler's 9th Symphony during the Los Angeles Philharmonic 's trip to Venezuela, Dudamel's native country.

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